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Is there any way to evaluate text read from a txt file as code in a VB program during run-time, if so, how?
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No VB does not support the run-time evaluation of code.
VB-Script can do this. I think it's called Microsoft Scriptlet component. See also http://www.microsoft.com/vbscript/

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